Usain Bolt’s wealth grows as fast as he runs on the field. The world’s fastest runner has lived a fabulous lifestyle due to the success of his athletic career.
The 26-year-old sprinter owns a multi-million luxurious home in his hometown in Jamaica. It was reported that Bolt also bought another property in The Bahamas. The serene place is a perfect getaway for celebrities to relax and take a vacation.
The tiny island only has a little over 100 residents and serves as a second home to Bolt. He has joined the likes of Olympian Carl Lewis, the former fastest man in the world, who also purchased a property on Rum Cay.
In 2009, his old house in Jamaica was broken into by burglars and almost $1,000 worth of electronics were stolen including a laptop, camera and mobile phones. It was the same day he was competing in the Czech Republic.
Bolt was also photographed driving a black BMW M3 that is reported to be worth $60,000. He has also hired private jets to fly him around the world.
Usain Bolt, who has a net worth of $20 million, currently owns the world records in the 100m and 200m races.